Getting started on ancient Greek
Getting started on ancient Greek

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Getting started on ancient Greek

3 Closing thoughts

Congratulations, you have now completed this course!

Whatever your plans for future study, hopefully this course has provided a helpful and enjoyable introduction to ancient Greek and its place within ancient Greek life and society.

You should now be able to:

  • read the letters of the ancient Greek alphabet
  • recall a small set of ancient Greek words and their meanings in English
  • read and understand simple sentences in ancient Greek
  • understand some of the historical and geographical context of ancient Greek
  • feel more confident about embarking on independent study of ancient Greek.

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